Eraas Haider

  • TThroughout history, women had it rough. By almost every measure, it was easier to be a man than to be a woman. From being unwanted before birth to getting discarded at birth, rights of women in modern societies have come a long way. With the enlightenment ideas, seeds of change were sown. It would ...

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  • TImmortality has been at the core of fundamentals that drives us, an obsession , to overcome death.  As old as the quest of Greek philosophers’ about life, through the Egyptian era of mummifying, to the present day, scientific endeavors to uploading our minds into a computer, living ...

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  • TIt is beyond religion. It is something unconsciously being wired into our faith-driven society’s DNA, at varying levels in different believers of faith. Inhumanely treating another human is not outlandish to eyes, least in Pakistan. Agonizing cries of victims are no more unfamiliar to ...

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  • TBrainwashing is real and easier than you might expect. Sadly, the majority of madrassas hold exalted ranks when it comes to brainwashing and producing the filth any rational being would detest. To understand this easy phenomenon, we need to look at basic three ingredients needed to brainwash a then ...

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  • TJanuary 27 marks the Holocaust Memorial Day. 72 years ago, the infamous concentration camps in present-day Germany (and around) were liberated which remained subject to unfathomable atrocities by Hitler and alike on (mostly) Jews resulting in deaths as high as 6 million in numbers. Today the ...

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  • TMore than a hundred thousand people die each day all over the world. Unless we are related to them in any form, their death goes unnoticed for the rest of the world. Death does excite a feeling of bereavement, however, it’s the affiliation that we truly grieve over. It can be seen with ...

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  • TCoexistence: living together at the same place at the same time. The term has developed over the years; from being used in context of U.S and U.S.S.R relations in 1980s to now covering a broader wider range including social, cultural, religious aspects. A healthy society is a diverse spectrum of ...

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  • T‘Mob justice’ is when a group of people take law in their hands and punish an alleged criminal themselves rather than getting the authorities involved and following proper prosecution. Incidents of mob violence are a clear reflection of a society that has lost all morals to be ...

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